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Vauxhall Astra 1.6T Elite Nav 16V 200 - 24 Month Lease (1 x 23) - 10k miles p/a - £189.99 pm + £100 admin fee = £4659.76 @ Leasing Options
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Vauxhall Astra 1.6T Elite Nav 16V 200 - 24 Month Lease (1 x 23) - 10k miles p/a - £189.99 pm + £100 admin fee = £4659.76 @ Leasing Options

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Refreshed 17th Oct 2018 (Posted 25th Sep 2018)
Thought this looked a decent price for this Vauxhall Astra on a 2 year lease (10k miles per annum) - works out at £189.99 per month or £194.16 net including admin fee. Price includes metallic paint and initial low payment of £189.99 (1 x 23 payment profile). Good entry level specs including leather Interior, Sat Nav, Electronic Handbrake and heated seats front and rear. Also road tax and 12 month breakdown assistance included.


VAUXHALL ASTRA HATCHBACK 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav 5dr


  • 1 x 23 payment profile
  • 10,000 miles per annum
  • £189.99 upfront payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £189.99
  • Half price admin fee of £100
  • Total cost of lease = £4659.76 or £194.16 net per month

List price: £24,125





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"Lynn, I am not driving a Vauxhall Astra."
Looks good to me. Have some heat even though I'm sure our resident car guru will be along shortly to douse this fire by saying your maths is wrong or something...
boss9119991 m ago

Maybe cheaper but you don’t get to keep the car at the end of it.


That literally makes no sense
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I didn't even know heated rear seats were an option! Be good for my kids always moaning they are cold. Heat - literally!
I've had a 1.4 elite for 2 years, going back this week. Lovely spec, mine had heated steering wheel too. The only negative for me is the seats, so uncomfortable on long journeys.
Good deal but those pics make the current Astra look well fugly....
Looks good to me. Have some heat even though I'm sure our resident car guru will be along shortly to douse this fire by saying your maths is wrong or something...
"Lynn, I am not driving a Vauxhall Astra."
nice spec, good extras included, 1 month deposit, under £200, have some heat!!
We have 1.4 Elite 150, Have test driven the 1.6 200 and they are pretty quick as well.
19.3% of list price before discounts, ticks the magic sub 20% line...prepare for heat!


(and ill-informed comments from the financially unaware/insecure)
Edited by: "cactusbrandy" 25th Sep 2018
Looks nice for the money.
Is that a auto or manual
I miss my Astra, this is a great deal!
Decent price. However you can purchase this car outright for £304 a month for 5 years with 0 deposit, Probably less with some haggling at bristolstreet.co.uk/new…ck/
Michaelgell9125/09/2018 14:42

Decent price. However you can purchase this car outright for £304 a month …Decent price. However you can purchase this car outright for £304 a month for 5 years with 0 deposit, Probably less with some haggling at https://www.bristolstreet.co.uk/new-car-deals/vauxhall/astra/elite-nav/211839/vauxhall-astra-1-6t-16v-200-elite-nav-5dr-petrol-hatchback/#c211839


The lease deal cost less then depreciation on this model so works out cheaper to lease then to buy.
cactusbrandy25/09/2018 14:23

19.3% of list price before discounts, ticks the magic sub 20% …19.3% of list price before discounts, ticks the magic sub 20% line...prepare for heat!(and ill-informed comments from the financially unaware/insecure)


Not disagreeing, but In context the list price is often so farcical that the most informative comparison would be "under xx of typical purchase price".
boss9119991 m ago

Maybe cheaper but you don’t get to keep the car at the end of it.


That literally makes no sense
7.3 secs to 62 - not too shabby at all.
boss9119998 m ago

Maybe cheaper but you don’t get to keep the car at the end of it.


why would you want to keep the car at the end, whilst its lost more value in depreciation than leasing it?
boss91199925/09/2018 15:00

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I despair every time I read a comment like this
thegazman25/09/2018 15:10

I despair every time I read a comment like this


Yes you would have to keep the bought one for at least 6 years to start to break even.

The only downside of a lease like this is in 2 years you will end up paying 50% more for a comparative car of spec and performance. But that's one of the risks of leasing!

Oh does anybody know if the seats are comfortable?!?!?
Good deal. It looks as though you would be able to negotiate a purchase price of around £18k and after 2 years it would be saleable at around £12k. The lease cost is a lot less than the depreciation. Hot.
Worth a call to your local vauxhall dealer to see if they'll match the deal and drop the admin fee.
boss91199925/09/2018 15:00

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Person A buys this car for £18200 does 20k over 2 years then decides to sell. They sell (based of used car prices) for aprx 13k. They have lost over £5000 in depreciation.
Person B leases for 2 years loses £4659(the cost of the lease deal). Deals like these are when leasing is better. Man A could keep the car longer but it just keeps depreciating.
Edited by: "Smadmad" 25th Sep 2018
Smadmad25/09/2018 14:50

The lease deal cost less then depreciation on this model so works out …The lease deal cost less then depreciation on this model so works out cheaper to lease then to buy.


Why would you lease, then buy? Rather illogical.
Smadmad25/09/2018 14:50

The lease deal cost less then depreciation on this model so works out …The lease deal cost less then depreciation on this model so works out cheaper to lease then to buy.


I'm a leaser don't get me wrong and I change my car every 2 years as I like change and get that its cheaper etc. But for my mam or even wife who could not care what car she drives would probably be better off buying this over 5 years and running it for the next 20 (if it lasts that long) works out cheaper than leasing if you keep the car.
grex910125/09/2018 15:37

Why would you lease, then buy? Rather illogical.


I think he meant "than" rather than "then"
thegazman25/09/2018 15:41

I think he meant "than" rather than "then"


Nah, he wrote it twice. Nobody would make such a basic mistake.
Michaelgell918 m ago

I'm a leaser don't get me wrong and I change my car every 2 years as I …I'm a leaser don't get me wrong and I change my car every 2 years as I like change and get that its cheaper etc. But for my mam or even wife who could not care what car she drives would probably be better off buying this over 5 years and running it for the next 20 (if it lasts that long) works out cheaper than leasing if you keep the car.



If they don’t care what car they drive, they’d be better off buying a 10 year old car now than buying a brand new car.
Brilliant price, especially with 10k miles.

May wanna try and see if your local deal will match this...
grex910125/09/2018 15:44

Nah, he wrote it twice. Nobody would make such a basic mistake.


Oh sorry Mr Grammar officer
grex910125/09/2018 15:44

Nah, he wrote it twice. Nobody would make such a basic mistake.


Genuinely not sure if you are joking or not? Can only see him saying it once, and it's an easy autocorrect mistake regardless.
thegazman25/09/2018 15:54

Genuinely not sure if you are joking or not? Can only see him saying it …Genuinely not sure if you are joking or not? Can only see him saying it once, and it's an easy autocorrect mistake regardless.


He says it twice. Look harder. Perhaps it's an autocorrect, but twice? Most autocorrects can differentiate between then and than. Just saying.
AndyRoyd1 h, 4 m ago

Not disagreeing, but In context the list price is often so farcical that …Not disagreeing, but In context the list price is often so farcical that the most informative comparison would be "under xx of typical purchase price".


Hence the specific wording of 'before discounts'
grex910125/09/2018 15:58

He says it twice. Look harder. Perhaps it's an autocorrect, but twice? …He says it twice. Look harder. Perhaps it's an autocorrect, but twice? Most autocorrects can differentiate between then and than. Just saying.


Ah, so you were being serious

I've looked again, and it's now even more obvious it's an autocorrect
Voted cold. Leasing is bad. Very bad in fact.

Ta OP. Very nice spec, decent power and very good price. Once you go to heated seats, you'll never want a car without them. Made the Beast from the East look quite pleasant when driving around with a warm arse and back.
Great price
thegazman25/09/2018 16:01

Ah, so you were being serious :|I've looked again, and it's now even more …Ah, so you were being serious :|I've looked again, and it's now even more obvious it's an autocorrect


I'm not convinced. Although my experience with other input methods is limited, gboard does tend to know the difference between then and than. Other platforms may differ, although one would assume the user would then make a manual amendment.
m5rcc41 m ago

Surely you are the leasee.


Haha yeah that's the one. Bit in the context i should have used "i'm all for leasing"
Edited by: "Michaelgell91" 25th Sep 2018
Should be considered an excellent lease deal due to less than 20% of RRP over two years. Yes it's a vauxhall astra. But as a deal, this is great. A lot of people don't care what car they drive as long as it gets them from A to B. You'll get warranty for any problems as well.
Looks good to me - the advantage of leasing over the 2 years is that the car is covered by the manufacturers warranty during this time - anything goes wrong and it is their problem.

If you were to buy over 3-4 years then a failure out of warranty could prove quite costly.

This way, you get a new car every 2 years, all under warranty, run it with no major worries then get another one while still paying less than the depreciation you'd lose on it over that time.
I have the 1.4T Elite Nav version of this as a 2016 model. Quite a nice car. I paid £10k for it at 5000 miles and 1 year old.
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